Answered By: Deborah Kelley-Milburn
Last Updated: May 09, 2017     Views: 104

The Bowdoin Prize winning papers are held by the Harvard University Archives. You'll need to request them in the Archives and read them there. For the hours, location, and other information, see the Archives' website.

 

Bowdoin Prize winning papers are held by the Harvard University Archives. You'll need to visit their reading room to consult them or order a copy.

Please see the Harvard University Archives' Ask an Archivist entry about Bowdoin prize papers for details about viewing or ordering copies of these essays.

For the hours, location, and other information about the University Archives, see Planning a Research Visit.

 

 

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